Taking over an orchestra in the midst of a global pandemic might seem like a Herculean task. Most classical ensembles, after all, have gone silent due to COVID-19.
Overcoming daunting challenges is routine for Blake-Anthony Johnson, BMus’12, who in May became CEO of the Chicago Sinfonietta, a pioneering organization in the orchestral world committed to diversity and parity for all. Indeed, he honed this mindset while majoring in cello performance at Vanderbilt University Blair School of Music.
Click to link to read more!:In Charge: Blake-Anthony Johnson takes lessons learned at Blair to the boardroom in Chicago